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- Study: Drivers with sleep apnea have increased risk for auto accidents
- Truck accident fatalities in Connecticut
- Cellphones not the only cause of distraction for CT drivers
- Hands-Free Devices Offer Few Safety Benefits
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- Study: Even mild levels of intoxication may impair older drivers
- Study: Teen drivers grow more and more careless over time
- Study shows dangers of in-car technology designed to reduce distraction
- Drowsy Driving Is As Serious As Drunk Driving: Many Connecticut residents live busy lives and make sleep a low priority. This might not seem like a big deal, but sleep deprivation can be particularly dangerous for those who drive.
- Coming Soon To A Road Near You: Drowsy Truck Drivers?: When you are driving down the road, you may find the presence of large semi-trucks rather intimidating. After all, these behemoths outweigh your vehicle by many times.
- Drunk Driving Deaths Of Serious Concern In Connecticut: Data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for 2013 show that drunk driving was a factor in many of the state's traffic fatalities. A total of 276 people lost their lives on Connecticut roads and highways that year.
- Hands free cellular devices and the presence of cognitive distraction: In this day and age of cellular technology, many people are attached to their cellphones. More than 64 percent of American adults own a smart phone, allowing them to search the web, watch videos, play games, post on social media, check email and compose texts, according to the Pew Research Center.
Hit-and-run accident in Willimantic shows dangers for pedestrians: Pedestrian accidents injure or kill thousands of people throughout the country every year. Injuries frequently include brain injuries and broken bones.
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